Ashok Mishra is driven to help better the lives of the 5.5 billion or so people who depend on subsistence farming to survive. The story of a farm entrepreneur lifting himself out of poverty to give his children a better future is Mishra’s own family story.

Students from the Morrison School of Agribusiness at ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Businessparticipated in the National Agri-Marketing Association’s (NAMA) national marketing competition held April 15 – 16 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Why do wholesale food prices fluctuate wildly, while retail prices don't change much? Agribusiness Professor Timothy Richards believes that most of the time, the retail food business is an efficient market with both consumers and retailers exhibiting rational behavior.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Professor Timothy Richards about the increase of fresh produce prices due to the three-year drought in California.